The mountains are cold all winter long, but when it heats up, head for the water and try something new like TANDEM stand up paddle boarding. Yes, that's right, get up there with a buddy and have some fun. Talk to my buddy Javier and he'll make sure you're on the right experience for your group's comfort level. Please mention this blog and whether or not your party is involved with a wedding in the valley. Contact us to learn more about how we can help set up this river adventure activity for your bachelor or bachelorette party, complete with transportation, food and more ideas for a complete experience!
The Summit Daily News, the free local newspaper for Breckenridge and the Summit County area, ran an article yesterday talking about how KODI Rafting is expanding its services and offerings to include the hottest new paddlesport, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, or SUP, as well as a unique Colorado River wedding experience.
One of the owners, Campy, is ready to help couples plan bachelor and bachelorette parties, as well as elopements and weddings on the river. They are the river experts and we will gladly help you plan a water-based experience that have your friends and guests talking for years to come.
Mountains have rivers and now there's an adventure wedding package for that. Read an excerpt from the article below, with the link to the full article following. Keep your head above water and paddle together, folks!
"Campton is also using his recent ordination to offer an elopement package that includes a river trip and wedding ceremony for the bride, groom and their hired photographer.
“People are getting married on ski lifts and on the slopes and mountain bike trails, but I'm not quite sure of other rafting companies that are offering that as one of their trips,” Campton said. The trip includes a champagne toast at the take-out. Petal and Bean in Breckenridge is a partner, helping with more elaborate ceremonies that include flowers and more.
“We can do a lot of different things, catering to what the bride and groom are looking for,” Campton said. "
Click below to read the full article: http://www.summitdaily.com/article/20120530/NEWS/120529790/1078&ParentProfile=1055